- Manuel Antonio,born 1934, military leader of Panama 1983–89: captured by U.S. forces and sentenced to prison for drug trafficking 1992.
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Days later, Noriega fled to the Vatican embassy in Panama City.
On July 2, Noriega appeared on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer to argue the legitimacy of the new Honduran regime.
Noriega officially registered his firm, Visions America, as representing a Honduran business group only in mid-July.
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